MWC Special Issue (11:4) Framing

Volume 11, Issue 4, Dec 2018
Guest Editor :  Sumaya Al Nahed and Philip Hammond

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Editorial Introduction

Framing War and Conflict: Introduction to the Special Issue

Sumaya Al NahedPhilip Hammond
First Published November 12, 2018; pp. 365–368
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Articles

Visually framing the Gaza War of 2014: The Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Twitter

Ilan ManorRhys Crilley
First Published November 12, 2018; pp. 369–391
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‘Rival visions of reality’: An analysis of the framing of Boko Haram in Nigerian newspapers and Twitter

Mercy EtteSarah Joe
First Published November 12, 2018; pp. 392–406
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Breaking the language barrier? Comparing TV news frames across texts in different languages

Sumaya Al Nahed
First Published November 12, 2018; pp. 407–420
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Shaping the perception of African conflicts through framing: A case study of the African diasporic press in the UK

Ola Ogunyemi
First Published November 12, 2018; pp. 421–433
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When frames collide: ‘Ethnic war’ and ‘genocide’

Philip Hammond
First Published November 12, 2018; pp. 434–445
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Are Americans really okay with torture? The effects of message framing on public opinion

Joan M BlauwkampCharles M RowlingWilliam Pettit
First Published February 21, 2018; pp. 446–475
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Framing conflicts in digital and transnational media environments

Curd B KnüpferRobert M Entman
First Published November 12, 2018; pp. 476–488
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P Surowiec, Nation Branding, Public Relations and Soft Power: Corporatising Poland

César Jiménez-Martínez
First Published November 12, 2018; pp. 489–491
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